This 3-day instructor-led course provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to analyze, select, monitor, and protect cloud resources in a vendor-neutral format; this includes vulnerability management, network reconnaissance, and monitoring, connecting networks to clouds, cloud migration, secure policies and procedures, host and network security, identity management systems, and incident response.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Understand the possibilities offered by cloud and serverless computing for organizations.
- Invest in hands-on courses to help develop the skills to diagnose and troubleshoot, while testing, deploying, and monitoring complex IT environments.
- Discuss the potential computing, environmental, legal, and ethical issues associated with cloud computing.
- Present cloud computing from the perspective of users, researchers, and decision-makers.
Currently, there are no public classes scheduled. Please contact a Phoenix TS Training Consultant to discuss hosting a private class at 240-667-7757.
Who Should Attend
This course is intended for:
- System Architects
- System/Network/Database Administrators
- IT Operations Staff,
- Systems Analysts/Engineers
- Information Security and Compliance Managers
- Understanding Compute / HPC nature of the cloud
- Learn about cloud use cases.
- IaaS overview
- Business decisions
Defining Cloud infrastructure (Technical)
- Cloud Providers
- Service types
- Containerization and features
Understanding Risk and Business Impact Analysis
- Identifying Common risk
- Understanding cost of service
Examples of SaaS solutions
- Reviewing well known SaaS implementations
- Other known tools that have Cloud infrastructure
Code Execution and APIs
- Automation considerations
- Integration cli execution
Serverless cloud implementations
- Running in memory without storage
Legal considerations and Ethics
- Difference between law and agreements
- Review SLAs